UCF Campaign

UCF Campaign

Choices to open a 2nd Clinic 1 Mile from University of Central Florida.

With the success of our clinic on Colonial Drive, we are prepared to take the next step! CHOICES is going to the 2nd largest college campus in the country: UCF. We are passionate about women and men having safe pregnancy options and providing an informed choice offered in the love and hope of the Gospel.

PHASE 1 – Raise $400,000 in 100 Days: COMPLETE

Our goal was to purchase the property in 100 days as a cash, debt free investment of $800,000 by December 1, 2019. CHOICES had earmarked $300,000 to $400,000 for this project and needed $400,000 in 100 days for the purchase. A generous partner committed $200,000 as a matching gift and in 50 days we raised a total of $500,000 to meet our goal. We are prepared to close on December 10, 2019 on 100 Carrigan Avenue.

100 Carrigan Avenue . Corner of Alafaya & Carrigan . 1.3 Miles From Campus, 45,000 Drive by Daily . Alafaya Frontage & Signage
100 Carrigan Avenue . Corner of Alafaya & Carrigan . 1.3 Miles From Campus, 45,000 Drive by Daily . Alafaya Frontage & Signage

PHASE 2 – Raise 1 Million in the first quarter of 2020:

We are working with our design team Campbell Van Dusen who equipped us with our beautiful brand on Colonial Drive. We are preparing for the demolition of the building to build a medical clinic in 2020. The 4,136sf allowed will provide a state-of-the-art clinic space of 3,100 sf and lease space of 990sf.

volunteer-bullet OUTCOMES FOR CHOICES:

  • We will own our building with an estimated value at 2 million when the project is completed.
  • We will be light to the largest college campus in the country and offer an alternative to abortion.
  • We are preparing to accommodate our new clinic with staff and volunteers. We will continue our successful ministry on W. Colonial Drive where the headquarters will remain to operate both clinics administratively.
  • We will reach approximately 1,500 annually and see 75% chose life resulting in 100’s of saved babies.